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title: 'The Washington times. (Washington [D.C.]) 1902-1939, October 13, 1912, Sunday Evening EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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,THE WASHINGTON TIM, SUNDAY, OCOBIDIl 13, 1912.
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SCORED BY PASTOR
Rev. Dr. Wedderspoon De-
, clares Fathers and Moth-
.ers.Fail in Duties.
"Why do we see bo much Immodesty
ifc'the streets of Washington?" asked
the Iley, Dr. W. 11. Wedderspoon, pan
tor of the Foundry Mothodtst Episcopal
Church, In a sermon today on "Tho
Youth of Our City."
"Should fashion take the place of Ood
Almighty's morale 7 unless we can de
velop the .rising generation In better
morals than those that now exist ana
mako them better men'and women'than
those of today, there Is little hope for
America," continued the pastor.
Ho declared that the world Is grow
ing worse and that the only hope for
Its salvation was the Sunday school In
developing the coming generations. lie
criticised homes In Washington for not
raising children as they should, and
parents falling to set the right kind of
"There Is something lacking among
the old folk and the young folk, the
lack of iorousness on our streets, and a
lack of reverence. I enjoy the ripples of
Innocent laughter, but there should be
erlousness at times," said the pastor.
"Parents of Washington are not set
tine the right' example. They are send.
Ing their Children to Sunday school
and church, while they take automobiles
and otherwise seek pleasure. This cer
tainly has a bad Influence.
"There must be a great crusade by
the churches to save the young. I be-
seech mv church members, whether
fathers or mothers, to set good examples
for the jouth of Washington. Do not
do things that will lead them Into
paths of slit," continued the pastor.
CHILDREN FROM FIRE
Pitches Little Ones Into Arms of
Neighbor From Porch
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Oct. lX-Four
little children ,were rescued, from flames
In the old Tim Bowen house, Larpen
teur avtnue, and the Minnesota Trans
fer railroad, St. Paul, at 1 o'clock this
morning by their mother, who threw
the little ones from the roof of a porch
Into the arms of a woman neighbor
.The building was destroyed.
GOLD BARS FOUND
CACHED IN BUSHES
Mexican Rebel General Abandoned
$25,000 Loot Which Proved
LOB ANGELES. Cal., Oct 11
Twenty-tw o bars of gold and sliver bul
lion, worth J25.000. and weighting 200
pounds each, which .were stolen from
El Tlgre mine In Mexico by General
Salasar and a force of 000 Mexican
rebels, and were supposed to have been
smuggled Into Los Angeles for the pur
chase of sUDDlIes anrf ammnnltlnn tnr
the rebels, were really abandoned by
me rcDei general wunin a snort ais
tance of the mine and found bv the
owners, according to the statement of
J. W.' Malcolmson, consulting engineer
of El Tlgre mine, who has Just arrived
here from Mexico.
After General Salazar had stolen the
mall fortune and started out on his
retreat he found the bars of gold and
silver a white elephant. Aftr carry
ing the plunder for two or three days,
and seeing several of his burros drop
dead from exhaustion with the unusual
load, the Mexican general became dis
gusted with his suddenly acquired
The fortune In bullion ai tdssed
away Into the bushes along the road,
and left there without so much as a
man to guard It
Naval Cadets Will Use
Old Square Rigged Ship
The brlgantlne Boxer, a square-rigged,
vtooden ship, will be brought to An
spoils from Newport, It. I., and used
as a school ship for cadets at the Na
val Academy during a number of
cruises on Chesapeake bay.
The innovation In training Is made on
the recommendation of the academic
board, which Is attempting to Infuse
more life Into the oourse of the stu-ta
Services Held in Memory
Of Late Paulist Leader
Ben Ices In memory of the Itev. A. P.
Doyle, late head of the Paujllat Mission
House, are being conducted this after
noon at McMahon Hall, Catholic Uni
versity of America.
In attendance at the service are mem
bers of 'the Cathpllc Convert League,
the president of whlfti, Joseph E. Col
ton, has arranged for the service.
Wished Him Well.
("I'm cmlte a near neighbor of yours
now," said Mr. More. "I'm living Just
crnsi the rher."
"Indeed " replied Miss Smart "I
hope you'll drop In somo day." Troy
EFFECTIVE SUNDAY, OCT. 6
Tho Washington & Old
Through Electric Service
between Washington and Leesburg, Va.,
and Intermediate points, affording tie
public an exrellnt and frequent service.
Schedule of trains can be obtained at
T05 Itth St. N. W.. 905 F St N. W and
Nth and M Sts. N, W-
Colon ial k urnitufe
Artistic Ladies' Desks
Th'eseDesks are in artistic designs and" are attractive as
well as-convenient. The styles and sizes are sufficiently varied
to meet the desires of almost any individual taste.
Cheaper ones are
Only Pieces of the Most. Perfect Type Off eriedvin This Sale
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Our Stock of Mahogany
Consists of thousandsof pieces,each,oneof which is as
perfect as the best of woods and.'themost skilledwo'rk
men can produce. These pieces cannot be, excelled jn
the markets of 'the world, and we are selling them at
prices thatcannot'help but interest every careful buyer.
In fact, such rtu-nitur'at siiclvprices can-wejl be 'con
sidered a good investment.
There are hundred of these pieces from which to
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Many Other Parlor Tables Reduced
Colonial Bed Room
$12.50 to $v9.95
$28.00 to $19:75
$15.00 to $12.00
$9.50 to $5.85
$12.00 to $9.00
$15.00 to $12.25
$19.00 to $13.80
$19.00 to $15.00
This Beautiful Mahogany
With Adjustable Mirrors. Was $70.00.
Reduced to $49.25
Others in stock ranging from $19.90 to $175.00.
Tables. $56.00 to $28.00
$42.00 to $25.60
$40.00 to $30.00
$26.00 to. $19.90
$44.00 to $33.00
'$50.00, to $39.00
Were Hertwreil to
Were lleduceil to,
$195.00 t $97.50
$76.00 $58.75 '
.?Wore ndced to
Mahogany and Mahogany
$26.00 to $'io!oo
. $24.00 to $?8.75
$25.00 to $20.00
. Fall' Stocky
ness there norer hai ' been a'
time when the Fall Style In
Furniture, Rugs, Carpets, Wall
. Papers, Draperies,. ace Cur
tains, ana Upholstery' Fabrics,
have presented .so. many novel
and decidedly artistic 'features
and- designs. '.-...
One of the very considerable
advantageaiwhlch our patrons
. And In dealing with this house
is that they can secure at once
everything needed for a pleas-
' ,Jng and j effective setting" for
) every room, in tho home. 'Our
stocks are so varied, extensive.
and well-assorted In all .lines
that It Is rarely, necessary to
wait for 'things onspeclkl or
der. And, eyen" wh'en thls'.re
' quIremenU arises, our ..trade
connections are such that. we
are enabled to 'fill, 'all such
special needs with ,the least
posjlble delay, .t '" , '.
Our, immense now stocks' of
goods) now In place In the 36
large sales rooms of the store,
should be visited by every per
son who wants the best of
everything In borne furnish
ings at moderate prices.
This $44 Genuine Mahog
any Library Table
Colonial Dining Room
Were nednce4 o
Were ltcdticrt to
$40.00 $25.00 .
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The t best table we
have ever been bie to
sell at such a- price.
Size, 32 inches wide
and 54 inches'long.
1 20 other designs in choicest patterns and finest
workmanship in stdek.
$20.00 to $15.00
$13.50 to $7.95
$44.00 to $29.50
$80.00 to 61.00
$44.00 to $33.00
$45.00 to $35.00
$60.00 to $48.00
$27.50 to $19.85'
This Genuine Mahogany Sideboard, was $136.00
reduced to $87.50.
China Closet to match, $82.00 to $59.85.
Unless You Have a Cold Storage Room
You Need a Refrigerator as Much in
Winter as in Summer ,
A Moses Refrigerator Protects the Family From
.AS THE ICE MELTS
in our "Alaska" and
"Cold Storage" Refriger
ators, a current of fresh,
dry air is set up, which
gives perfect ventilation
to the contents prevent
) ing mold ,and fermenta
tion. They maintain a
uniform low temperature
with an economic ice con
sumption thus securing
the results for which A
REFRIGERATOR is intended.
We Have the Safe Kind from $6.50 up
This'Solid Mahogany Dresser-(Golonial design).
Was $35.00. Reduced to $29.90. '
Chiffonier to match, reduced to $29.80.
Toilet Table to match, reduced to $20.00.
$47.00 to $37.00
$80.00 to $59.90
. $64.00 to $49.90
$47.00 to $38.00
$130.00 to $97.50
$195.00 to $97.50
$52.00 to $39.00
$35.00 to $21.00
$140.00 to $105.00
. $80.00 to $60.00
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i his Beautiful Mahogany Dresser, was $175:00.
Reduced to $87.50. .
Chiffonier to matchr $135.00 to $75iQ0. -
Cut Glass and Silver Plate
B. Moses & Sons
F and 11th Streets
Wall Paper and Decorating
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